November 16, 2003


Well, SiteMeter hit 10,000 this morning.

(Which actually, I'm kind of bitter about because I recently found out it's supposed to be on your individual archive pages, too, so I've been showing fewer hits than I should, but I'm digressing, so let's move on.)

The lucky reader came from Nic's place, and judging from the domain, was probably Nic herself.

You all need to go visit Nic and say hello.

Posted by Jennifer at November 16, 2003 11:13 AM

Put it on each individual entry? So that it goes on the individual archive page? Okay, I guess we could even do that by default, making the sitemeter code appear on each entry.

I see your point, but ...

Also, that approach would over-count somewhat. Check you sitemeter referrals, and you'll see some that come FROM your archive pages. Those would get counted twice.

Posted by: The Commissar at November 17, 2003 01:53 PM

Mu site meter keeps going down and my links keep going up! What's with that?

Do you mean put the SiteMeter code on the archive templates, too?

Posted by: The Bartender at November 17, 2003 07:29 PM

It goes in the individual archive page.

Commissar, it used to show up as coming from my archives, but this seems to have fixed that.

Posted by: Jennifer at November 17, 2003 11:58 PM

Individual archive page, meaning individual archive template.

Posted by: Jennifer at November 18, 2003 12:00 AM

Just did the individual archive page sitemeter this morning and my hits are going to triple today. Of course the Kate-alanche never hurts either!

Thanks for the tip! I was starting to feel neglected and unloved, especially after the Great Marquee Debate and the Survivor Color Cremation and the Munuviana Decoration Debacle.

I have a thought on holiday page background that would rotated upon [F5] refresh for people to cycle thru until their delicate sensibilites were not offended. what do you think... or should I let a dead dog alone?

Posted by: The Bartender at November 18, 2003 04:13 PM

That could be interesting...would you mind sending me code on how to do a background wallpaper-type effect? I've played around but couldn't get it to work.

And don't feel unloved. It's just that everyone is a critic. ;-)

Posted by: Jennifer at November 18, 2003 04:40 PM

Sure thing. Just funnin about the other stuff, but a rotating background would solve the problems with people wanting different things.

Posted by: The Bartender at November 18, 2003 07:43 PM